Is there any reason not to allow similar behaviour for True and False? i.e. True() == True
On Aug 7, 2011 3:39 PM, "Georg Brandl" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Well, I wouldn't use it for anything.
> Am 07.08.2011 15:07, schrieb Devin Jeanpierre:
>> Does it? What else would you use type(None) for? An isinstance() check?
>> On Sun, Aug 7, 2011 at 4:12 AM, Georg Brandl <email@example.com
>>> Am 07.08.2011 01:34, schrieb firstname.lastname@example.org
>>>> On 29 July 2011 19:03, Guido van Rossum <email@example.com
>>>>> I think it is fine if type(None)() returns None instead of raising an exception.
>>>> +1, I've often wanted it and felt (lambda: None) was somewhat clunky.
>>> It makes its intent much clearer than type(None) though.
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